Tiny Home Experience
- An eco-friendly hut built with reclaimed materials, sheep's wool insulation and solar power
- Logs provided for woodburner and firepit
- Great for wildlife watching on the surrounding nature reserve
The Owner Says
With the Pembrokeshire Coast and spectacular beaches only a few miles in one direction and the Preseli Mountains the other we are in a perfect location for all outdoor activities. The Tiny Home has a large double bed with a cosy wood burner with kindling and logs provided free of charge. To ensure you are kept warm it is insulated with real sheep wool and electricity runs throughout the home with working lights, 240v power socket and USB charger. The cabin is light and airy with plenty of storage and space and a hanging wardrobe. The Tiny Home lets in a lot of light with a set of french doors installed and a stable door and plenty of windows too! And for your own privacy and a good night's sleep they all have black-out blinds. You also have your very own kitchen with everything you need for your stay. In the evening you can sit out on the deck by the fire pit (wood is provided) and you also have a private dry toilet nearby. The owners have left plenty of books, local maps and board games for you to use freely! Into The Sticks have a weekly welcome barbecue & bonfire for all their guests and ensure that plenty of activities are available to choose from, for example Ping Pong, Treasure Hunts, Nature Trails, River Fishing, Wildlife Watching & Star gazing. If you fancy something more challenging you can visit Pembrokeshire Coast just 6 miles away and have a go at Surfing, Coasteering, Kayaking and Rock climbing or head to the hills or coast for some spectacular walking. The campsite offers a 24 hour honesty tuck shop for emergency campfire snacks and there is organic produce grown on site. You can also pre-order organic fruit, veg,dairy and whole food products. If you fancy something more substantial you can pop to the local Fish & Chip shop in the village which is 1.5 miles away.
Features & Facilities
All year round. Tent-only campsite. Campfires permitted (one crate of firewood each night included in your fee). Pitches are large, family-sized plots each with a large picnic table and benches and a hearth for a fire. Hot showers, a luxury compost toilet, waterless urinals (separate male / female). Covered washing up area with views over the nature reserve. Fridge and small freezer for communal use, also a communal campfire area. Campers' barn with fridge and freezer, darts, 'hanging man challenge', seating, library. Nature trails. River fishing permitted (bring your own rod). No cars on site, car park only 20m from the site entrance.
Drive (or cycle) the six miles to the Pembrokeshire coast, renowned for its dramatic coastal footpath and excellent beaches (25 beaches within 20 minute drive). Much of it is now a designated national park. Try surfing, sea kayaking and rock climbing, or stay inland to explore the Preseli Mountains (10 miles by car) steeped in history with wild landscape and rocky outcrops. For rainy days, there's a lovely community run cinema in Fishguard – Theatr Gwaun (01348 873421; six miles) – with daily films, plays and stand-up comedy or the famous Bug Farm and Grub Kitchen in St Davids (15 miles). It's a short walk or cycle up to the village where there are playing fields and tennis courts, shops and services.
Food & Drink
Fresh organic eggs and herbs are available on the farm and emergency munchies are also available – marshmallows, chocolate, crisps, snack bars and the like all at reasonable prices in our 24hr honesty shop. In summer there are fairly regular wood fired pizza nights run by the site owners. You can also pre-order organic fruit, veg, dairy and whole foods before your stay. Meanwhile, in Letterston village itself, there is an award winning fish and chip shop and restaurant (01348 840621; 1½ miles) plus a local butcher with groceries (01348 840838). Head a little further for the local pub (01348 840444; two miles). A pop-up community café also runs at church hall (¾ mile) each Friday.
Exploring nature trails, delving into the bushes and poking around for wildlife in this natural haven makes it an inspiring place for your little nippers. If you're looking for a spot where kiddies can get their finger's a little dirty, you've come to the right spot.
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From the M4 take the A48 to Carmarthen then the A40 to Haverfordwest. Go north on the A40 towards Fishguard. After 10 miles, enter Letterston village and turn left at the crossroads onto the B4331 towards Mathry. We are just outside the village in a secluded valley – detailed directions will be sent on confirmation of booking.
The nearest train stations are in Fishguard (0845 748 4950) and Haverfordwest (0845 748 4950), both with bus connections to Letterston village.